just feels like others here are quite open about what religion they follow when it comes to discussing beliefs yet a few people, when questioned, just say Christian and leave it at that.
I know JWs don't celebrate v day and a lot of other catholic feast days, assumed you're a JW is all.
We don't do anything. I'm a florist so I'm always busy! And I think the day is so commercial. But before we were married he organised a surprise weekend away. How times have changed!
Valentine's Day is my wedding anniversary. Small present and maybe a night out if it's a big one
We don't go over the top here but we acknowledge it, spend the day together and usually do something along the lines of what we do pretty much every week anyway. Tonight we will go to dinner at our special spot and then come home and watch a movie. It's not unusual for us to do 'date nights' though!
There are plenty of other 'commercialised' days in the year that people celebrate so I don't see how today is any different to be honest. Each to their own and like I said we don't go all out but I don't think there's anything wrong with upping the love here and there so why not today too? I picked DP a flower from the garden in a sappy moment of love. She does that every other week for me so... It's all ❤️ in this house all year round!
Yes... but apparently its "not worth it" this year as I am pregnant
My cheeky DP asked me if I wanted to hold some flowers they had out at Woollies and put them back when we went to the check out haha...Look, when I was younger, I cared more, these days i couldn't care less. I know DP loves me, he knows I love him, I don't think one day should be set aside for people to let their loved ones know that they love them. I tell DP all the time. He actually made me a handmade card the other night, that means far more to me than anything he could buy me, because he put his heart into it. I am a bit sentimental, I appreciate his effort.
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